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Fatal Dillon Co. shooting suspect turns himself in

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Source: WMBF News Reporter Crystal Moyer Source: WMBF News Reporter Crystal Moyer
Source: WMBF News Reporter Crystal Moyer Source: WMBF News Reporter Crystal Moyer
25-year-old Jordan Turbeville (Source: Dillon County Sheriff's Office) 25-year-old Jordan Turbeville (Source: Dillon County Sheriff's Office)

DILLON COUNTY, SC (WMBF) The man wanted in the murder of a Dillon County woman and the shooting of two others turned himself in to authorities Sunday afternoon.

Captain Cliff Arnette, spokesman for the Dillon County Sheriff's Office, told WMBF News that 25-year-old Jordan Turbeville turned himself into officers after he was named a suspect in a shooting on Cardinal Drive in the Hamer area of Dillon County May 21.

The Dillon County Coroner Don Grimsley told the WMBF News crew on scene that three people were shot in a home on Cardinal Drive, and one woman died on scene. The two other victims were transported to a local hospital.

Coroner Grimsley said the incident happened just before 6 p.m. May 21, and police were called to the residence after gunshots were heard in the area.

Witnesses and family members of the victims say that a married couple lived in the home and was in the home with friends when the shooter approached and began firing from the outside.

Witnesses described the shooter as a white male in his early twenties wearing a blue shirt, but police have not released a description for any possible suspects yet.

Tuesday, Coroner Grimsley identified the female victim as 60-year-old Annie Manning of Hamer. Manning's husband and the other male shooting victim are still recovering in a local hospital.

Thursday, Captain Arnette told WMBF News they identified 25-year-old Jordan Turbeville as a suspect in this fatal shooting. Turbeville is from the Little Rock, Hamer area of Dillon County. He is charged with murder and attempted murder.

SLED and the Dillon County Sheriff's Office continue their investigation to determine the motive behind this fatal shooting.

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